Weekend Recap

Weekend Recap 11-18-13This weekend, we hiked, watched a must-see short film from one of our own, watched USC vs. Stanford football, hung out GQ-style on Abbot Kinney and took in the housey musical vibes of Midnight Therapy. Read on for more![youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xScixXM-RJw&w=640&h=360]Some of the Cashmere crew ventured off to the USC campus on Friday to check out our visual production colleague Gabil Sultanov's short film "Visible Proof," which he wrote and directed — MIND BLOWING. The short is about the first murder solved entirely by fingerprints in Argentina in 1892. Check out the trailer above.http://instagram.com/p/gzCJ6Bqp3Q/Saturday, I headed over the Abbot Kinney to check out the #GQHQ takeover, and Sunday I got a 3-miler in with Whoopi and watched Homeland! –Kristen (Twitter|Instagram)photoThis weekend, I flocked to the Grove for their annual Christmas tree lighting. This year, the festivities featured performances by Mary J Blige, Jewel, Toni Braxton, Babyface, Gavin DeGraw and Cee Lo Green. A nice way to kick off the holiday season! –Brianne (Twitter|Instagram)Screen Shot 2013-11-18 at 5.46.55 PMThis weekend I went to the tailgate for the USC homecoming game against Stanford! It was a lot of fun and was great to run into a bunch of friends I hadn't seen in quite awhile. Wish I could of made it to the game too and rushed the field for their win. Fight on! –Emily (Twitter|Instagram)photo-1This weekend I produced an event at Medusa Lounge for Midnight Therapy! It was a huge success, so proud of my guys! –Cassie (Twitter|Instagram)photo (6)I woke up early on Sunday morning and drove to San Diego. I hiked the Mount Woodson Trail to the summit where the famous Potato Chip Rock is! The view was breathtaking and it was great taking a day off to get in touch with nature. –AlliewoodleyThis weekend was the 20th anniversary of the UFC. I watched the fight with a friend at Buffalo Wild Wings, and man, was it a fight! First off, I need to give credit to Tyrone Woodley. I underestimated him, and I am now a new fan. I predict that he'll get a belt — mark my words! Fight of the night was of course GSP vs. Hendricks.gspAs a UFC fan, I do believe that GSP deserved the win. There's a lot of controversy about that fight; even Dana White thinks GSP lost, but I learned from watching a few fights and thinking it was rigged, that in order to be the champ, you must really defeat the champ! Those hidden Nevada boxing rules are coming to UFC. So congrats GSP on keeping your belt. He did look beat up, much worse than Hendricks. –Jane (Twitter|Instagram)http://instagram.com/p/g3kbXkOPyE/My weekend Highlight. Breakfast for Champs. –JP (Twitter|Instagram)